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Your Rights When Your Child’s Custodial Parent Won’t Let You See Your Child

With the help of an attorney, it is usually possible for a noncustodial parent to gain access to his children. In many Texas divorces and other cases where a child’s parents aren’t married, the mother ends up with primary custody of the child or children. Fathers are often supposed to be able to visit their children Read More

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What is Meant by the Best Interests of the Child Standard?

No matter how contentious a divorce becomes, the parties are expected to abide by the public policy of the state of Texas requiring them to always act with the best interests of their child or children in mind. The courts apply the best interests of the child standard to issues such as custody, support and Read More

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Visitation Arrangements in Texas

Parents can arrive at their own arrangements for visitation outside of court and submit their agreed parenting plan to the court for approval.  In fact, the courts encourage parents to arrive at amicable decisions without court intervention, but always base approval on what is in the best interests of the child.  There are various scheduling Read More

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